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MEC Big Chop Summer Paddle Series


Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 — 8:41am PDT
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The MEC Big Chop Summer Paddle Series returns to the waters of English Bay for another season of paddling fun. The Big Chop is a ten race paddle series that kicks off on Thursday, April 19th, 2018, and runs every second week until the end of the summer.

Kayaking the Kicking Horse River


Monday, October 19th, 2015 — 10:33am PDT
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When surrounded by Mother Nature’s finest handy work, in one of the most impressive landscapes on the planet, you may find yourself feeling more daring and adventurous than you ever dreamed you could be. On an crisp, early autumn morning, my Kootenay Rockies travel media group trip set out from Cathedral Mountain Lodge in Yoho […]

Kayaking on Bellingham Bay


Monday, September 7th, 2015 — 1:14pm PDT
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The Salish Sea connects us all here in the Pacific Northwest, from Powell River to Seattle, Victoria to Bellingham and I love exploring opportunities that get me out on the water, whether it’s on a paddle board, a whale watching tour, and especially in a kayak. I recently had the pleasure of paddling on the […]

Where to Rent a Kayak in Vancouver


Monday, August 17th, 2015 — 2:14pm PDT
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There are three activities I will always recommend for visitors to Vancouver (and locals) if they’re looking to fully enjoy our city: The first is to get up a mountain (hiking or by taking a SkyRide), the second is to explore Stanley Park (SeaWall and forest trails), and the third is to get out on […]

Travel Nevada: Kayaking on Lake Mead


Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014 — 8:14am PDT
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One of the things I love about Las Vegas is the wide variety of things to do there, aside from the casino floor (which can also definitely be fun). This series will share my recent trip with Travel Nevada, covering some of the fun activities that you can do in Nevada, all within a few […]

Wildcoast Adventures Kayak Getaway


Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 — 2:14pm PDT
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British Columbia, in all its splendour, is such a thrill to explore. There’s not much that can make me appreciate this province more than a mossy forest walk through towering Douglas Firs or a paddle around a cove, rolling over waves and water so clear I can spot the sea kelp stretching to reach surface […]